edit - i know tweeds rattle but holy hell - this thing really rattles? How normal is this and how do i troubleshoot before my return window closes? I would rather fix it than return it if possible. Obviously worse if the bass is up and i'm on the neck pickup at higher volume. But we aren't talking top volume. I cranked it in the store and it didn't sound like this. Maybe my wood floors are a factor. Been on a tweed quest for awhile. I have a 57 Deluxe reissue and i love that tone but wanted some more clean headroom. Was in Carter Vintage today trying out Bassman RIs, Bandmaster RIs, A Real real 59 Bassman. All fun stuff, but i came home with a used LPTT reissue. Love this amp, even at home, low-volume. i broke out every guitar i have and i'm so impressed at how this amp brings out the character of each instrument. Seems like one of those amps that will make you play better 1) cause you want to keep on playing as it's easy on the ears and 2) because it's pretty clean and you can pay attention to each note. Really nice to have a good solid tone to play and not tweak and chase. Sounds just fantastic with a Les Paul and a Tele. I want to play my brother's strat through it soon. Love this amp with a little delay. The loud clean with some delay made me come up with some Police-type riffs. A nice creative platform. Now i'll have to go on that quest to find the perfect overdrive/distortion pedal to get some grit at lower volumes. The quest never ends. Cheers to the brothers in Tweed.